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I'd be more concerned with what is interrupting your connection, Michael, since most capture interruptions (such as dropped frames) still provide you with a file -- and can be remedied by simply turning off the Stop Capture on Dropped Frames option.
That said, I would not expect current versions of the software to remedy this situation since it doesn't seem to be related to the software.
Try using other software to capture such as Windows Movie Maker or WinDV. If they work then it indicates a problem with PE. If not then it is system related. If they work you might be content to capture with them anyway, since PE capture has a few whiskers even when it works properly.
'Stop capture on dropped frames' was already turned off. You gave me an idea, however. I will turn it ON and see if that solves my problem (if Capture must be aborted, I want PE2 to save what has already been captured).
I had not heard of WinDV and was quite impressed. Only a 38K download, and it works right out of the box! Now to try recording and see what it does when the connection is interrupted.
Two good ideas -- thanks, both of you!